It is important for child welfare professionals and caregivers to help children in foster care identify and address the underlying cause of the separation.
Archive for June, 2016:
More than 550 business professionals from all over the Kansas City metro filled the Olathe Conference Center at the Embassy Suites for the 5th Annual KVC Hero Luncheon on Thursday, June 16.
One girl’s story of surviving physical, sexual and emotional abuse and becoming a champion for other children in danger.
Non-profit organizations, child welfare leaders, philanthropists, engineers and leaders from the technology sector attended a two-day event to discuss ways to improve the foster care system through technology-focused solutions.
The fifth annual KVC Hero Luncheon will take place June 16 at the Olathe Conference Center at the Embassy Suites in Olathe, Kan. The event raises funds for children who have experienced abuse or neglect and need heroes in the form of foster parents, financial supporters and mentors.
Good mental health gives children the ability to interact in social environments, follow directions, solve problems and manage their emotions.